October has been crazy. The first half was a non-stop stress party, and the latter half has been calm, sometimes unsettlingly so. This whole feast-or-famine cycle is pretty damned exhausting, and the thought of another year of it makes me a bit ill. But, everything I read and hear says that we're only just coming out of year 2, and basically nobody hits that steady sweet spot this early in the game.

It's pretty cool to look back and see that I'm 2/3rds of the way to beating the odds. It's commonly said that most new businesses fail in the first 3 years, and I'm well over halfway to that benchmark. As semi-terrifying as the calm has been, it's exactly the break I need before charging back into the fray.

With all of the insanity of the rebranding, that also meant that this year's Halloween costume endeavor was less grandiose than what I'd envisioned--what I really wanted to do was a costume from Airbender, but by the time I felt rested enough from work insanity, there just wasn't a lot of time. (and, honestly, not a lot of budget, either) Halloween is supposed to be fun, and the thought of trying to rush through the Airbender costume was just stressing me out. I hold those characters too close to my heart to do the costume half-assed, so I'll save it for another time that's less crazy.

SO, instead of that, this happened:

The beauty of Freddie Mercury is that you *can* go over-the-top insane, but it can also be ridiculously simple. Most of this was stuff I had or borrowed, a couple of things I made, and the top-dollar component was the $14 mustache. It didn't seem like much, but I managed to take 2nd place in a costume contest with this getup--admittedly, it probably helped that I really, really like singing Queen songs, heh. ;)
What was I doing this past weekend? Engaging in some rock 'n' roll, sea-creature-y supervillainy, naturally:

More when it's not 10:30pm on a work night, and when I am not at the studio still in my stank-ass derby workout wear 3 1/2 hours after practice.
This weekend was exhausting, on multiple levels, but I had a metric ton of fun.

Saturday began with me falling over half-dead at derby practice. The new track had just been laid the night before, and although it probably looks about the same to the average spectator, skating on it is worlds different. I'd also done way, way too much training on Friday--running + Jillian DVD + wushu = falling down dead--so it was not the best practice I've ever had. I was so sore that I was one of the very first people to drop out on the 50-Lap Killer, so I basically felt like a giant weakling after that, but I slogged through the rest of practice without any major disasters.

Fortunately, things were far less demanding, after that. [livejournal.com profile] phasmaphobic had planned a LAN/XBox party, so I dropped in there and finally got to try on Castle Crashers, which I think I need to buy for myself at some point in the forseeable future. [livejournal.com profile] dark_knight_l also watched patiently as [livejournal.com profile] veiravx tried to teach me how to suck less at RE5. I'll be at least somewhat impressed with myself if I manage to retain that knowledge, but at this point, I'd be happy if I could simply be less of a clumsy idiot with the analog stick.

Then, it was dinner at Sapphire Hotel, which is a place that I really should visit more often. I finally got to sample their burger, which I'd heard more than a few rave reviews about, and oh, so tasty. Then, a lovely stroll up the road in the not-as-frigid weather to the Bagdad to see Four Lions, which I'd have to recommend. The subject matter is definitely on the darker end of the scale, but they play it as a comedy in the style of, "buffoons screwing up spectacularly," for the first 2/3rds or so of the film. I won't spoil it, but there's a point in the movie where a particular event occurs, and you're not sure whether to keep laughing, be shocked or saddened, or something else entirely, and you end up with a strangely awesome feeling of discomfort.

Sunday opened with a relaxed-and-groovy brunch at Grand Central, and then I dashed off to [livejournal.com profile] circeramone's crafty gathering, and oh, that was awesome. Seeing everyone was fantastic already, but then she also upped the ante with an impressive spread of scones, clotted cream, and cute little tea sandwiches! And, I made pretty decent progress on the scarf I started three months ago, heh. Maybe after enough craft parties, I'll actually finish the thing.

I wanted to stay longer, but I had to hit up derby practice, so I went and dragged myself through an hour of that. Fortunately, I wasn't feeling so worn out, and I'd gotten more accustomed to the new track, so practice went better, and I got a couple of helpful tips from Captain O afterwards.

Then, there was another dinner out, followed by an outing to a trampoline place, which was a lot of fun, but also ridiculously exhausting! Bouncing around was definitely a good time, but I'm now unreasonably sore again, so I think I'm going to skip the gym today, and just be as vegetable-like as possible.

So, yes. All said, a fantastic weekend, but damn, I miss my house.

Promoting this Coliseum bout is also threatening to consume my entire life this week, so I'm currently seeking any and all possibly ways to free up my evenings. It's pretty brutal that they've slapped us with the Season Opener right out of the gate, because it's *so* much more volunteer work than any of the regular bouts, but at least I can accrue some additional hours and take it easy after all this is over.

Fortunately, things look far, FAR less crazy after the bout this Saturday, so I'm going to hunker down in my personal bunker for at least a few days, and just chill.

On a related note, mere moments after I vomited up a paragraph or two complaining about it, one of my similarly overcommitted derby friends called me to ask about the volunteer events, and we wound up wailing at each other for several minutes about how confusing and exhausting it all is. I felt pretty alone in my Captain Insane-o commitment load, so after talking to another derby girl who's in exactly the same boat, I felt a *lot* better. I guess the universe *is* listening, at least a little. :)

It's the small things, y'all. The small things.
Well, I was pretty pissed off at the universe earlier, but I'm getting over it. Slowly.

I *finally* saw Scott Pilgrim last night, and it was fun. But, as one who hasn't read the source material, I left the theater thinking that it might've benefitted from a meatier script, or a shorter run time. Also, maybe it's just the Asian Sympathizer in me, but I was kind of rooting for Knives Chau, in spite of her exhaustingly-high squee-levels. ;)

It'd also be pretty excellent if I could date a nice boy who would make my Evil Exes burst into a shower of coins. But, I only have one of those, so I guess that'd be a pretty short movie.

I finally, *finally* started on my Halloween costume yesterday. Because I was sick and completely devoid of energy during all of my free hours earlier in the week, it's going to be the bare-bones version, assuming I even get it done. But, I have the necessary supplies, and I went to town on some foamcore with two cans of gold spraypaint yesterday. Hopefully, I'll get it done in time for the party on Saturday; if not, then I guess Chun Li or Xianghua will be making another appearance.

As far as tonight, I can't decide: wushu, derby, or neither? My heart is leaning slightly towards Derby, because I'm tired and will probably suck at chainwhip today, and also SKATINGSKATINGSKATING. My sense of responsibility is leaning towards Wushu, because I probably *should* be ready for the belt test, and they might announce it tonight. But my headache is currently voting Neither. WE SHALL SEE. :O

It's nice to have some of my energy back. I got a lot done yesterday! And I had the house cleaned, too. I'm also acquiring one [livejournal.com profile] dakania at the airport later tonight, so the roommate fiesta will finally be on. I guess I can't complain *too* much. :)

However, this parade of snot can feel free to exit my sinuses at any time. Juuuuust sayin'.
Well, after lots of listmaking and mental flailing, I have finally decided upon a Halloween costume.

And the winner is... )

It'd be easy to pull off a basic version with some fabric and cardboard, if I get too busy to do something fancy. But, if I find enough time, the fully-realized version I'm imagining will likely involve spandex. And possibly sheet metal. And LEDs. And it would be AMAZING.

My creative juices are overflowing. Hoshit.

Shine on

May. 19th, 2009 10:55 am
It has only been a week or so, so this may be premature, but I must admit to being at least vaguely bummed that I haven't heard back about that application I sent out yet. Not horrendously discouraged, just concerned. I'll just have to keep saving up for my certification...

On a better note, crafting at [livejournal.com profile] sarapada's on Sunday was lovely, even though I haven't knit in several months. I'm *still* working on Serafin's scarf, and I started that thing last December when he didn't have any winter clothes and I wanted to help him not freeze to death. Hurhurhur. This is why you shouldn't ask me to knit you things. ;)

And even better: camping trip weekend after next! I'm actually going to skip wushu on Saturday to go on the trip, so y'all know I'm pumped about this.

Speaking of Serafin, he walked in a fashion show on Sunday evening, which was amusing. He was the only male model, and was wearing a dress designed by a friend of his, but he is a tiny, fey little Asian man, so he totally pulled it off. You could tell that he's a dancer, too, because he was working the salsa hip action on his runway walk, haha.

I did a shoot with a plus model yesterday, and she wasn't very experienced, but her starter portfolio pictures didn't do her hardly any justice. She had a much prettier face in person, and her eyes were each a different color! I really need to work with plus models more often, because I always enjoy it; maybe I'm just good at choosing the right ones, but they always bring great energy to set, and are genuinely excited to be doing what we're doing.

Usually, the plus girls are asked to be smiley and commercial by the industry, or they're asked by non-fashion photographers to do glamour work or art nudes. I realize that there aren't a lot of photographers doing what I do with full-figured models, and I know the industry isn't quite calling for it yet, but I love putting some edgy fashion flair on these ladies. They get such excitement out of it, and it's SO cool to watch that shine through. :)

Oh, nuts, I need to post my tracklist for the mix CD soon. [livejournal.com profile] typsie, I'll get on it after practice tonight. :D

P.S. I did Level 3 of 30 Day Shred for the first time yesterday, and HOLY JEEBUS it burned like hell. But I got through it, and I was expecting it to completely kick my ass. W00t!
Driving in snow like yesterday? Holy crap. NEVER. AGAIN.

I got up at 9:30am to open the studio for a renter, and lost traction 3 times on the way over there. I realize that, although I do know *how* to drive in snow, I have not actually done so hardly at all. I had it down much better on the return trip, but it was really tension-inducing.

The benefit event I was supposed to shoot yesterday evening got cancelled as of Noonish, so I packed everything up in a rush and headed for Eugene, in the hopes of getting out of the snow while it was still light outside.

I drove with chains on until Woodburn, creeping along I-5 at a whopping 25-30mph. I was sleepy and couldn't find a freakin' Starbuck's that was open, so things were pretty on-edge until I finally saw the snow change to rain on the south side of Salem. I'm *really* relieved that all I have to deal with down here is rain.

On the plus side, my fingerless gloves stood up to the whole process of putting the tire chains on, so I think the pattern is pretty solid! Booyah. :)

Dad also seems confident that the pass will be okay, but I'm keeping an eye on things.
--I'm actually happy to be back at work today. As much as I really, *really* didn't want to go out into the frigid air this morning, the sickness and the snow essentially had me housebound for five days straight, so I was more than ready to go *somewhere*.

--Sickness-wise, I am mostly-functional. Really tired and scratchy-voiced, but I am going to wushu today, so I'm not that bad-off. My skin is really raw and unhappy, between the cold winds and my constant nose-blowing. And of course, if I moisturize, it gives me pimples. 99% of the time my skin is great, so I suppose that means it has to be extra-annoying during the 1% of bad.

--It is *totally* baking and soup weather! <3 I made Black Bean and Sweet Potato Stew on Sunday, and the Boy made cornbread to go with. Then I improvised some mostly-vegan oatmeal-fudge mini-marshmallow cookies. Yesterday was chicken and veggie casserole for dinner, and then more (not vegan) cookies courtesy of Andy. Can you say nomnom? I really hope to get a new crock pot soon.

--The furnace blower went out yesterday, so we got some wood for the fireplace, and hooked up a few space heaters. It is definitely not warm, but we're surviving, and a guy was supposed to come by to check out the furnace this morning, so it should hopefully be short-lived.

--I'm working on a scarf, now that the glitzy red scarf and fingerless gloves are finally done. Keeping it really basic so I can get it out fast and give it to Serafin, since he has virtually no winter wear. (what do I need with another scarf, anyway?) I'm also making more fingerless gloves for me, with some really cool variegated yarn I got from [livejournal.com profile] junsiew, because my favorite (not made-by-me) pair of them has been MIA since the move in August. I swear, half the reason I hate moving house is because I can't find anything for months afterwards.

--I'm rather concerned as to whether or not the pass will be open when I need to drive through it early next week. I can't afford to buy a plane ticket this late in the game, so I'm basically boned if I can't get through there. I suppose my backup plan would be staying in Eugene with the Boy, and that'd be fine, but I haven't missed Christmas with the family, uh, EVER. I guess we'll see how it shakes out.

Lots of work to get done this week. Mrrrr.
It's a crafty post, boys and girls!

One of the issues you sometimes have when you don't follow patterns when you knit, is that you often end up with leftover yarn. It's usually enough that you don't want to just chuck it in the garbage, but it's rarely enough that you can make something else with it. I'm especially prone to this, because I like my scarves stupid-long, so I usually need some extra, but not a whole ball's worth of extra.

When I finish a scarf and have leftovers, I usually default to making a matching hat, but there wasn't enough for me to do that, this time around. Fortunately, I think I may have found a solution. Check it!:

crappy cell phone photo )

Yes, the picture is bad, because Cell phone camera + Weirdly-lit bus interior does not equal Hot. But... it's a wee fingerless glove! The scarf I'd been working on was in moss stitch, so I did the glove in stockinette, with a moss stitch section on the back on the hand. Because y'all know how I love making things that match.

It was actually pretty easy to make, and didn't use up a whole ton of yarn, so I'm pretty pleased with it. The million dollar question is whether or not I'll be able to duplicate the result for the other hand. I think I have it figured out, but I'm reserving judgment until it's actually done. :)

I might feel inspired to start cranking these out, if the second glove works out, since I inherited a ton of cool yarns in smaller quantities from [livejournal.com profile] junsiew and hadn't yet figured out what to do with them. Huzzah for putting bus ride time to good use!

Update in list form, because that's how I roll. Well, today, anyway.

--I got my Halloween costume the other day, muahaha. I still need a solution for shoes, a bit of sewing, and a bit more muscle definition, but it's pretty much going to rock. Wooyea!

--S'mores from the microwave aren't quite as nice as over a campfire, but this is more than made up for with the use of quality dark chocolate in place of your average ghetto Hershey bar. <3

--I'm most likely going to a Stitch and Bitch group later this evening. I haven't knit or crocheted anything in probably a year, so lord knows what I'll end up making. (read: probably yet another scarf) Hopefully I won't get so tangled up in my yarn that it keeps me from talking to people. ;)

--Perhaps against my better judgment, I may be mentoring a high school student for her senior seminar experience. I'll be meeting with her today, and basically warning her that we're going into the slower part of the year and might not have as much for her to do--especially since I'm scaling it back on my projects--but we'll see what shakes out.

--I want to go to [livejournal.com profile] phasmaphobic and [livejournal.com profile] veiravx's zombie-themed party this weekend, but I'm feeling totally unmotivated to pull together a costume. Agh, so lame.
If'n you hadn't heard already, Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. bought Dow Jones and the Wall Street Journal. If that doesn't scare you, imagine the WSJ being transformed into a fluffy print version of Fox News. With all the shamelessly partisan spin doctoring that happens on Fox News, you know they'll try it.

Last night was dinner with [livejournal.com profile] junsiew, before she toddles off to Japan! I swear, too many people I like get lured to Japan for long periods of time. ;p She also pawned a bunch of her extra yarn off on me, so now I have metric buttloads of yarn and no idea what to knit. Sooooo, um, anyone want me to make them something? (please don't say "sweater," because I'm totally not ready for that)

She also introduced us to Buffet Palace, which is basically a huge Asian food buffet in Beaverton, and some of the food they have there is NUTS. Ben got some weird vegetable medley that also contained what looked like baby octopus... and you could tell, because they were WHOLE and very much still shaped like an octopus, or whatever other cephalopod it may have actually been.

I couldn't quite bring myself to try one. You know how some vegetarians will say, "I don't eat anything that has a face?" Well, I think that's basically my policy, too... the difference being that what *they* mean is, "anything that originally HAD a face," and what *I* mean is, "anything that still has its face clearly attached." XD

I did eat a mussel for the first time, though. I didn't love it, but it wasn't nearly as bad as oysters, so I give them a pass.

I am very much looking forward to the weekend, especially seeing as we may be going rafting on Saturday! I was half-tempted to just hang around the house and unwind all weekend, but rafting sounds better. If I sit around too much I'll just start thinking about work. ;p
Man, Mondays are so fired. Not for any particular reason, really, but just because it's Monday. Mondays never seem to feel very good.

We did yoga and went running last night, and it kind of wiped me out, but in that good way. We've gone to a different gym location the last couple of times, and I'm thinking that this location's instructors have a nicer balance of strength and flexibility poses in the workout. The other ones did mostly flexibility and, yeah, I think I'm pretty okay in that area already. ;p

I think that tonight, I may attempt making tacos with buffalo meat! They had it on sale at Fred Meyer recently, so we picked up a pound of the stuff. We'd had buffalo meat fajitas at the Rock Bottom Brewery a couple of weeks ago, and they were quite tasty. Buffalo is supposed to be a lot better for you than beef, too, so hey, why not? :)

I have also learned of a couple different weekly knitting groups in my area, so I'm definitely going to one of those soon. I'm sure I have at least *one* scarf kicking around that I haven't finished yet.

Also, I got my comps from the watermelon seed shoot in the mail the other day, so since at least one of you asked:

Here it is )

I was hoping they'd use one of the more fun ones, but I guess they settled on dainty. :)

That's all!


Jun. 18th, 2007 11:18 am
batskeets: (yan!)
Okay, it's COLD outside. And it's even colder in my office. That needs to stop!

Plunderathon was pretty awesome. (pictures coming whenever Amy sends them) There were apparently over 250 pirates in attendance, over the course of the evening, and all the pubs we stopped at were more than prepared for us! One place had a pirate-themed band play for us, another gave us complimentary appetizers, yet another had a huge batch of (again, complimentary) rum punch waiting for us. Having that many pirates in one place is pretty hilarious, and there were some pretty funny little games and tricked-out costumes.

The only crappy part? Some power-tripping door guy at the Fez decided that he didn't believe Ben was over-21, and even tried to confiscate his ID! Never mind that Ben turns 26 in less than a month, he had a legit and unexpired Oregon driver's license, and he'd also been hanging with all the other equally-or-more-drunk-than-him pirates since 3:30 in the afternoon. -_-; So, we called it quits early, but otherwise, good times all around!

Wushu was pretty good over the weekend. I was late to class on Friday, thanks to the delayed and painfully slow streetcar, but I got to start on a basic but new-to-me straightsword form in yellow/green belt class. Saturday was also unexpectedly fun: after I got done with white belt class, Master Gao asked me if I wanted to practice with the yellow/green belt folks. :D We only got through kicks and jumps before I had to leave, but it was a pleasant surprise, and hopefully a continuing trend.

The runway show casting was right between wushu and Plunderathon, so I hustled on over for that, and it sounds like it's going to be pretty fun. They're going to have a runway set up on the roof of the venue, and lots of food and rock music, so I'm looking forward to it.

No rafting happened on Sunday, but I went to the Church of Craft meeting; the group skewed older, but they were nice, friendly ladies, and there was some impressive crafting going on. The official project of the session was "shrine wallets," and maybe I'll post a picture of mine once it's done. The coffee house where they held the meeting was also pretty funky and cool, and the whole space was basically reserved for the craft group. I may have to stop in there sometime, when they're actually open for business. :) I think I'm going to look into some knitting groups, next.

Oh yeah, and I got my bike back from the shop, and it's doing tons better. We went out for a nice, long ride on Friday night, after we picked up the bikes, and explored the area near Smith and Bybee lakes. There's also a 40-mile bike path that loops all around Portland, so we might have to make a day of that sometime!

That's all!
Well, I had a crazy-busy weekend, but in that good sort of way.

Friday night was good fun. I met up with the work posse to have a drink and shoot the breeze, and I was a bit out of it, but it was fun. A few of us broke off after a while and headed over to Sushi Station, where we clowned around and stuffed ourselves silly. Sushi is great. :D I went and watched the latest BSG with Ben afterwards, and crashed early, because Saturday was going to be busy.

We went out to the coast with a model from Craigslist on Saturday, and did some funky shots at the hobbit trail. She was more hung up about getting dirty than a lot of our previous models, but she knew how to bust out the facial expressions, so we did get some good photos. Later on that evening, we went to a show at the WOW Hall and took some pictures there for fun. The show itself was good... they bill themselves as "bluegrass punk," which made for an interesting sound. Ben knew one of the band members, too, so maybe they'll look at the photos later and see something they like. :)

Yesterday was super-fun! I'd been thinking about going to see the Star Wars exhibit at OMSI sometime in the next few weeks, so when [livejournal.com profile] nidaba offered to pay my way in exchange for taking their picture with some cool Star Wars paraphernalia, I jumped at the opportunity. :) They had a lot of cool stuff from the movies, and there were Storm Troopers, and even a Boba Fett walking around! The Millenium Falcon cockpit replica was not quite what I expected--mostly because the film was short and you didn't get a chance to walk around in there or anything--but it was pretty cool anyway. I took a bunch of pictures that I'll put up sometime in the next few days!

Since OMSI is conveniently by the waterfront, and things were looking nice outside at the time, I had [livejournal.com profile] craftyran meet us there after [livejournal.com profile] nidaba and [livejournal.com profile] gmendel left, for more photographic shenanigans. Of course, the weather was well on its way to turning crappy by the time she got there, but she was a trooper and endured the winds and rain, and I think we actually got some nice stuff. I think I'm learning, or at least being more alert... woohoo!

After getting back, we watched Enter The Dragon--see? I *am* paying attention to your recommendations!--which was freakin' sweet, and I worked on a matching hat to go with the scarf I finished the other day. It's going to be awesome, assuming I don't screw it up... hats can be tricky, being roundy and all. :)

So yeah, I'm feeling pretty good today! Or I would be, if I hadn't been coughing so much last night. It only seems to happen when I'm trying to sleep... I'm fine when I'm up and about, jeez :p Tonight, I train my butt off, and then do a bunch of errand-y things that I've been putting off.
batskeets: (ken)
So check this: last night, I got to see a Primus show! For FREE! :O

Yes, apparently, somebody at Ben's job got free tickets that he couldn't/didn't want to use, so Ben called me about it, as I was wrapping up my paper route, and off we went. Saw [livejournal.com profile] spiralshannon on the way in, and caught most of the opening band. They were pretty talented as instrumentalists, but generally, they were more interesting when they weren't singing.

As for Primus, they were a lot of fun, and mighty impressive! I'm not super-familiar with their catalogue--just enough so to know that I generally like their style--but you don't quite get a complete sense of how insanely skilled they are, until you see them in action. They make it look ridiculously easy. If I had half the mad skills that Les Claypool has, I'd consider that an achievement. ;p In short, if they come to your town, don't miss out, because they're awesome.

Anyhoo, the paper route went along all right yesterday. It's fairly easy, but it was kind of slow going until I broke down and got some rubber bands, so I could roll up the papers and make them more toss-friendly. All the walking around was good, too, even if it was freezing cold. Also, the way people label their houses in this town--or *don't* label them, as the case may be--is a little ridiculous. ;p

I hope to fix Mr. Computer tonight, so I can do important stuff like scan things for my dad, and work on photos for [livejournal.com profile] bychoice and [livejournal.com profile] bodhranist. Or work on, y'know, *anything*. I'm feeling fairly motivated to work on things, but fixing the computer isn't something I want to be spending all my time on, especially when I didn't *do* anything to break it.

On the plus side, with the computer being busted, I've been working on a really long skinny scarf for a scant few days, and am already well over halfway done. You tend to make quick progress, when you're sitting around watching disk repair utilities run. ;p

Quiz: What's Your Seduction Style? )

The Flash is annoying and slow, but it's a fun quiz anyway... although I'm not *that* nice, jeez. :p


Oct. 18th, 2006 05:07 pm
I'm busy, y'all... started on a new project and things are a lot different than what I'm used to. I've been crazy-exhausted by the time I've gotten home these past couple of nights.

Wushu was okay on Monday. My quad tendons are acting up again. Blargh!

Yesterday I met up with [livejournal.com profile] junsiew for yarn shopping. She's funny when she's hopped up on sugar-free Red Bull. ;) I got was a ball of cheapo yarn to finish a scarf that I hadn't bought enough yarn for. They stopped carrying the type of Patons yarn that I needed, and I'm not even sure Patons makes the stuff anymore. The eyelash yarn I used with it should cover it up, though, so it won't matter. :D

Ben and I played racquetball at the Rec after that, and man, I sucked at it! ::rotfl:: It was still fun, though, and I did eventually catch onto it somewhat. I did all right, considering I've played racquet sports maybe 2 times in my adult life. I'll do better next time. :)

I'm really tired and I have more to do, so I'm running away now.


Oct. 10th, 2006 02:43 pm
I know there are some fellow knitting and crocheting fiends watching out there, so knit a cap for a less fortunate child: Caps to the Capital. :)

I have a massive headache today. Yargh. Also, Goo's Daily Torture at wushu yesterday involved running up the Hayward bleachers repeatedly. (and jumping, and hopping, and aaaaagh)

More later, maybe, if the headach goes away. :)

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